Yamaha PJP-50USB User Manual

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  • Page 1 50USB Conference Microphone Speaker MIC MUTE CLEAR STANDBY ENTER MENU User’s Manual...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents INTRODUCTION Introduction ................2 Controls and Functions..............3 Top panel..................3 Side panel .................4 Bottom panel ................4 Top screen ................4 PREPARATION Connection ..................5 Check the following before connecting this unit to the PC..5 Connection using a USB cable..........6 Connection using audio connection cables ......9 Installation ................13 Notes for installation ..............13 CONFIGURATION...
  • Page 4: Introduction

    Introduction Thank you for purchasing Yamaha PJP-50USB. This product is a microphone/speaker unit to be connected to a video or web conference system for use as its audio terminal. Before operating this unit, please read this manual carefully. CLEAR MIC MUTE...
  • Page 5: Controls And Functions

    Controls and Functions Top panel MIC MUTE CLEAR STANDBY ENTER MENU 5 6 78 Microphone indicators Press either key to select a setting item or move the cursor When this unit is turned on, the LEDs light in blue. The up or down.
  • Page 6: Side Panel

    Side panel DC IN 12V IN AUDIO OUT USB port AUDIO IN terminal Connect to the PC using a USB cable. Connect to the line output terminal or the headphone output terminal of an audio equipment or PC. DC IN 12V terminal AUDIO OUT terminal Connect the provided AC adapter.
  • Page 7: Connection

    Connection ■System requirement Check the following before The PC connected to this unit should meet the following connecting this unit to the PC system requirement. • OS: Windows 7, Windows Vista SP1 or later (32 bit), ■USB cable (when connecting to a PC Windows XP SP2 or later (32 bit), Windows 2000 Professional SP4 using a USB cable)
  • Page 8: Connection Using A Usb Cable

    Connection using a USB cable ■Step 1: Connecting this unit To USB port Connect this unit to the PC using the supplied USB cable. Connect the AC adapter to the DC IN 12V terminal. Connect the power cable to the AC adapter.
  • Page 9 • "Default device" in "Sound playback": Change Yamaha PJP-50USB • "Default device" in "Sound recording": Yamaha PJP-50USB Normally, "Yamaha PJP-50USB" is automatically selected when this unit is connected to the PC. Click "OK" to close the "Sounds and Audio Devices Properties" screen. Change Change Normally, "Yamaha PJP-50USB"...
  • Page 10 Select "Yamaha PJP-50USB" in "Microphone", and Click then click "Set Default". Configure the setting as shown below. Select "Yamaha PJP-50USB" in "Speakers", and then click "Set Default". Click Normally, "Yamaha PJP-50USB" is automatically selected when this unit is connected to the PC.
  • Page 11: Connection Using Audio Connection Cables

    Connection using audio connection cables ■Step 1: Connecting this unit To audio input terminal To audio output terminal • The audio may be distorted or too low in certain Connect the AUDIO IN terminal of this operating environments. In such a case, adjust "AUDIO unit to the audio output terminal of the IN LEVEL"...
  • Page 12 ■Step 2: Changing the settings of the PC In the "Mic Volume" field, select the When you connect this unit to a PC for use as a microphone/speaker of a conference system, you need to "Mute" checkbox. change the setting so that the audio input from this unit to the PC is not output to this unit.
  • Page 13 When using Windows 7/Windows Vista In the "Mic Volume" field, clear the In this section, Windows Vista is used as an example. "Mute" checkbox. Click [Start] - [Control Panel]. Click "Classic View". Double-click "Sound". The "Sound" screen appears. Click the "Playback" tab. Click Clear Notes...
  • Page 14 Click the "Levels" tab. Select "Microphone" depending on the connection method, and then click "Properties". The "Microphone Properties" screen appears. Click In the "Microphone" field, click to set the mute function. Click Click Click the "Recording" tab. Click the "Levels" tab. Click Click In the "Microphone"...
  • Page 15: Installation

    Installation Read the following notes and install this unit where you actually use it, such as a conference room. Notes for installation ■Installation environment The speakers of this unit are arrayed on the bottom panel facing down. Place this unit horizontally on a desktop without placing any object below this unit.
  • Page 16: Changing The Settings Of This Unit

    Changing the Settings of This Unit You can change the settings of this unit using the operation keys on this unit Note For the composition of the setting menus and the content of each setting item, see "Setting Menu List" (page 15). Changing the settings using the Press to select a setting item,...
  • Page 17: Setting Menu List

    Setting Menu List Selecting the audio pickup area Configuring the acoustic echo (Mic Area) cancellation setting (AEC Effect) This unit automatically tracks the talker's voice. The Configure the acoustic echo cancellation setting talker's voice can be picked up with very narrow depending on your operating environment.
  • Page 18: Configuring The Environment Setting (Environment)

    Configuring the environment Checking the settings of this unit setting (Environment) Display the current setting information. Utilize this function to use this unit in multiple Select [Menu] - [View Settings]. environments. Selecting "Environment 1", "Environment 2" or "Environment 3" switches the settings of this unit. To save the settings Before using this function, you need to save the settings to "Environment 1", "Environment 2"...
  • Page 19: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Refer to the following tables when this unit does not function properly. If the problem you are experiencing is not listed or the instruction does not solve, please contact the retailer or dealer who you purchased the product from. Q1: LED indicator does not light up Problem Cause...
  • Page 20: Using The Latest Features

    Using the Latest Features You can download the firmware (program to control the functions of this unit) to use the latest features. For details, refer to "PJP-50USB Writer Instruction Manual" included in the supplied CD-ROM.
  • Page 21: Specifications

    Specifications General Audio Interface: Microphones: USB 2.0 (full), Analog I/O (stereo-mini), 8 units AC adapter (DC 12V IN) Speakers: Power consumption (max): 4 units Approx. 9.0 W Frequency bandwidth: Radio interference standard: For recording: 200 to 20,000 Hz FCC Part 15 (US) For playback: 300 to 20,000 Hz EN55022 (EU) Signal processing:...
  • Page 22 November 2010, 3rd edition...